IBM, however, will still hold on to its System z mainframes, Power Systems, Storage Systems, Power-based Flex servers, PureApplication and PureData appliances.
Are they holding on because they still make a profit on those lines? Or because they can't unload them? I suspect the latter.
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The paramedic then saw Howard’s feet sticking out from under a table, and saw Howard under the table, shirtless and in the act of cutting his own throat, according to the complaint.
Turns out it's very difficult to behead yourself.
A study by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory predicts that distributed rooftop solar panel installations will grow from 0.2% market penetration today to 10% by 2022
That is not what the study shows at all. They did an analysis of what the revenue impact on utility companies would be at various hypothetical levels of PV installation between 0.2% and 10%. It ignored total costs of PV (including installation and maintenance).
Most importantly, the study does not predict that PV installations will grow to 10% or any other level. It is just a "what if" analysis.
Last month, the FBI warned healthcare providers to guard against cyber attacks after one of the largest U.S. hospital operators, Community Health Systems Inc, said Chinese hackers had broken into its computer network and stolen the personal information of 4.5 million patients."
I'm just surprised they didn't do a system where there's a code on the side of the can good for something like an hour's access.
Problem is the potential customers don't have a credit card to activate their can.
One of the hold ups for a Chinese interplanetary exploration program is the delays surrounding the development of the Long March 5 rocket, which will be roughly the equivalent of the America Delta IV in its capabilities
They're not used to working from blueprints that use feet, inches, and pounds.